Civilian employees serve a vital role in supporting the Army mission. They provide the skills that are not readily available in the military, but crucial to support military operations. The Army integrates the talents and skills of its military and civilian members to form a Total Army.
About the Position:
- This position will be located in Madigan Army Medical Center, Department of Behavioral Health at Joint Base Lewis McChord.
- A recruitment or relocation bonus may be authorized.
- On January 1, 2013, Madigan Healthcare System became a tobacco free campus. This includes all tobacco products and electronic nicotine delivery devices such as "e-cigarettes." As part of this new policy and Madigan's commitment to employees and their health, newly hired staff may take advantage of one free tobacco cessation class.
- Tacoma is a progressive city of 200,000 nestled between Seattle and the state capital of Olympia, offering the attractions of larger metropolitan areas with a hometown feel. Tacoma is located 32 miles south of Seattle, 31 miles north of our state capital, Olympia, and 18 miles south of Sea-Tac International Airport, on the shores of Commencement Bay, within pristine eyesight of Mount Rainier. World-class museums, hotels and theaters draw thousands to downtown Tacoma while the shores of the Puget Sound and Mount Rainier inspire outdoor enthusiasts. Enjoy the mild climate and its excellent schools, universities, parks, festivals and regional shopping centers.
Who May Apply: U.S. Citizens
As a Clinical Psychologist (Neuropsychology) at the Madigan Army Medical Center, you will:
- Provide Clinical Psychology support to Department of Behavioral Health Services to include providing Intake evaluations, Psychological Evaluations for Sanity Boards and Security Clearances, evaluations for Military Schooling, evaluations for Administrative and Medical Separations, and clinical services.
- Assist in developing, implementing and managing the Neuropsychological Service for the neuropsychological assessment of behavioral effects of central nervous system (CNS) dysfunction.
- Provide clinical supervision, professional guidance and teaching to psychology residents and medical students assigned to the Behavioral Health Department through direct interaction and instruction; complete formal written medical student and resident evaluations and conduct face-to-face verbal feedback as prescribed by departmental evaluation guidelines.
- Provide services to the complex mental health cases and neuropsychological cases including professional consultation and liaison to other medical departments within MAMC regarding the identification and diagnosis of complex neurobehavioral cases.
- Disseminate clinical conclusions regarding the psychological and behavioral effects of CNS dysfunction to the other medical personnel for use in diagnosis and treatment planning.